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3 domains of learning

CAP

Cognitive
Affective
Psychomotor

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domain where learning takes places through thinking
and deals with facts and knowledge

COGNITIVE DOMAIN

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student reads a textbook and learns the contraindications of a medication it learning in what domain

COGNITIVE DOMAIN

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domain dealing with emotion, feelings, attitudes, and values

AFFECTIVE DOMAIN

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students that participate in case scenarios and learns to appreciate how vulnerable patents can feel when they are sick are learning in which domain

AFFECTIVE DOMAIN

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this domain is essential for learnings

AFFECTIVE DOMAIN

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domain where learning takes place through the attainment of skills and bodily or kinesthetic movements

PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN

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a student practices a skills station

PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN

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6 levels of Cognitive domain

KNOWLEDGE
COMPREHENSION
APPLICATION
ANALYSIS
SYNTHESIS
EVALUATION

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6 levels of Cognitive domain

HINT>
KEVIN, CUNNINGHAM, APPLIES, ANALYSIS, SYNTHESIS AND EVALUATIONS

KNOWLEDGE
COMPREHENSION
APPLICATION
ANALYSIS
SYNTHESIS
EVALUATION

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5 levels of AFFECTIVE domain

HINT>
to be EFFECTIVE at AFFECTIVE you must take in the call

RECEIVING
RESPONDING
VALUING
ORGANIZING
CHARACTERIZING

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5 levels of PSYCHOMOTOR domain

HINT>
TO BE PYSCHO YOU MUST

IMITITATION
MANIPULATION
PRECISION
ARTICULATION
NATURALIZATION

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Domain and level

Focuses on memorization and recall of information

Cognitive

Knowledge

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Domain and level

Focuses on interpretation and understanding of the meaning behind information

Cognitive

Comprehension

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Domain and level

Deals with relating classroom information to real-life situations and experiences. At this level, students should be able to identify subtle differences between concepts and should see how the differences are used in practical application

Cognitive

Application

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Domain and level

Requires that the student be able to separate whole concepts into individual, smaller parts to analyze their meaning and understand their importance

Cognitive

Analysis

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Domain and level

As a student progress to this level, they are able to combine pieces of information into new and different whole ideas.

Three can use logic to defend certain choices

Cognitive

Synthesis

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Domain and level

The student has attained mastery of the concepts and is able to make judgement decisions and information

Cognitive

Evaluation

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Definition is Thinking about thinking

Metacognition

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Domain and level

Occurs as the student acquired awareness of the value or importance of learning information. Expresses a willingness to learn.

At this level students may not agree with or value the actual concepts but they are open to listening

Affective

Receiving

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Expands upon the level as the student actively participates in the learning process and beings to derive satisfaction

Affective

Responding

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Domain and level

Is the level in which the student individually perceived that the behavior has worth or value

Affective

Valuing

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Domain and level

Integrates new, refined or different beliefs into the students existing value system and reconciles differences between old and new beliefs. Sign the replace old values.

Affective

Organizing

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Domain and level

Is the most sophisticated level in this domain and requires the development of ones own value system that governs behavior and also involves a degree of metacognition as the student scrutinized the process.

Deriving values, beliefs and opinions

Affective

Characterization

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Domain and level

Occurs as students repeat or mimic demonstrations given by the instructor.

Psychomotor

Imitation